Red-light traffic cameras got a contract renewal. And even a single-party's super-majority didn't produce agreement on a tax plan for Kansas. KCUR's Steve Bell recaps on those and other top stories of the week on the KCUR Saturday News Review.
The Kansas City council votes to extend the red light program but puts off a vote on a new ethics code. The Kansas City Ballet name Devon Carney as its new artistic director. Officials will break ground for the National Bio and Agro Defense Facility next week.
A site in Iola, Kansas is added to Superfund list. Heart to Heart International, based in Olathe, helps out in Moore, Oklahoma. A Lee’s Summit legislator will not resign despite two of his bills not making it through the House.
Kansas lawmakers couldn't end their session because they can't agree on a budget ant taxes. And Missouri legislators ended theirs without a plan for fixing roads and bridges. KCUR's Steve Bell looks back at those and other top stories on this week's Saturday News Review.
The nature of methamphetamine labs in the area is changing. A council committee advances a proposal to update Kansas City’s ethics code. Missouri’s Medicaid director leaves but no is saying whether he was fired or resigning.